8 Strategies To Catapult Your Copywriting Skills To The Next Level

 

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Here are 8 quick ideas and suggestions to dramatically help you improve your copywriting skills.  You can use these tips when it comes to creating offers, E-mails and sales letters that grab people’s attention.

1.)  Always write your sales letter with the individual in mind.  Whenever you’re writing a sales letter or an E-mail, you want to write that E-mail or sales letter as though you were talking to one person.

2.)  Pull them in with the first line.  You’ve got to create interest with the reader, the very first line that they read.

3.)  Use bullets.  People like to scan, they like to quickly read things as fast as they can, and using bullets makes that whole process a heck of a lot easier. So use them.

4.)  Just let it flow.  When you’re starting to write a letter, it is very difficult to just start from top to bottom and write everything. When it comes to writing it and actually putting everything down in order, I want you to just write as it’s coming out. You’re going to have moments when inspiration hits you and your pen is going to go like crazy or your fingers are going to go like crazy on the computer keyboard, and I want you to just let it flow.

5.)  Write like you speak.  I briefly touched on this in one of the earlier points. But it’s much easier for you to envision that you’re communicating with one individual as though you’re having a conversation with that person, because when that person reads your sales letter or your E-mail, they’re going to feel like you’re talking right to them, and that’s exactly what you want.

6.)  Make your communication easy to read.  What I mean by that is use short paragraphs. Use pictures. I want you to bold certain things. I want you to highlight important areas.

7.)  I want you to stress the benefits and not the features.  I want you to put yourself in the shoes of the person reading your communication piece.  The number one question that they’re going to be asking is: What’s in it for me? You have to address those things, and you’ve got to stress the benefits of your particular communication piece that you’re trying to use.

8.)  I want you to keep the reader interested.  How do you do that? On a sales letter there are a ton of ways that you can keep the reader interested.

– You can use graphs.

– You can use pictures.

– You can use audio.

– You can use video.

– Testimonials.

-Offer proof.

Whenever you’re promoting, I want you to give proof that it works or that it would provide benefit to the person that is reading it – screen shots, pictures, testimonials – these are all great examples of proof.

So there you have it… 8 quick tips to improve your copy writing skills. This is not the be all and end all of copy writing techniques but they will definitely help you jump over some of the hurdles that are standing in your way!

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